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The culture of silk, or an essay on its rational practice and improvement. In four parts. I. On the raising and planting of mulberry trees. II. On hatching and rearing the silk-worms. III. On obtaining their silk and breed. IV. On reeling their silk-pods. For the use of the American colonies.

Title:The culture of silk, or an essay on its rational practice and improvement. In four parts. I. On the raising and planting of mulberry trees. II. On hatching and rearing the silk-worms. III. On obtaining their silk and breed. IV. On reeling their silk-pods. For the use of the American colonies.
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Note:Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand., 1758
  
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Subject:Engraving -- England -- 18th century
Subject:Sericulture -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Sericulture -- United States -- Early works to 1800
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